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Hunger strike to stop Human Rights violations in Sudan

Last month we covered Sudan Revolts (#SudanRevolts), and you can read all our news on this dedicated In Focus page. In our News roundup from October 2, 2013, we mentioned kashiff111 who wrote: ‘We have over 200 of our youth who died for us… if i cant be with them then i will not...

Greenpeace activists detained, Violence against women & girls, Dr. Denis Mukwege, Malaria, Journalist Intimidation

Greenpeace activists detained, Violence against women & girls, Dr. Denis Mukwege, Malaria, Journalist Intimidation

Our weekly round-up of must-read stories you might have missed: Greenpeace activists detained in Russia; Violence against women and girls; Two Peace Awards for Dr. Denis Mukwege; Leveraging soccer to take shots at malaria; Stop Journalist Intimidation! - Concern for health of...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 9-10, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:    Protests sought to topple Sudan regime: Bashir – Yahoo Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir on Wednesday said deadly protests over fuel-price increases last month were part of an effort to topple his regime. “After we...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 7-8, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   NCP figure warns against ignoring youths in political dialogue – SudanTribune A leading figure in Sudan’s ruling National Congress Party (NCP) said that while violent protests that broke out this month may have subsided on the...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 5-6, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   Head of doctors’ union taken into custody by Sudanese security – SudanTribune Sudan’s security forces have briefly detained the head of Sudan Doctors’ Union (SDU) Ahmed Al-Sheikh, from his office in down town Khartoum on...

Special #SudanRevolts – September 28, 2013 to October 3, 2013

Special #SudanRevolts – September 28, 2013 to October 3, 2013

Our weekly round-up of must-read stories you might have missed. Top Stories concern exclusively recent events in Sudan. Below, the News Roundups we published this week: - Press has a duty to inform on #SudanRevolts, and so have we. - #SudanRevolts – News roundup September 28-29,...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 3, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   Sudanese president officially signs off on increasing minimum wage – Sudan Tribune The Sudanese President Omer Hassan al-Bashir issued a decree to implement a unified structure of remuneration for the year 2013 and approved...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 2, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   Reign of Terror in Sudan: How the Government is Trying to Quell the Protests – Sudan Democracy First Group Since the beginning if the current protests in Sudan on Monday, 23 September, 2013, the Sudanese  government has...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 1, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   Will Sudan’s Bashir step down? by Abdul Rahman Rashid Ignoring the fact that in terms of land area, Sudan was the biggest of the Arab countries, he sold one-third of Sudan to enable the establishment of the Republic of South Sudan...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup September 30, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   On the Brink in Sudan, by David L. Phillips and Ahmed Hussain Adam A spiral of deadly violence engulfed Sudan last week. Nearly 200 peaceful protesters were killed in protests that started in Darfur and swept across the country,...




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